A Delhi Chief Minister office's employee reported that his two-wheeler was stolen from outside CM's residence on Sunday. Officials from the CM’s office alleged callousness on part of the Delhi police and said this is the second incident of theft that has been reported in the past three days. The police said they are trying to identify the accused.
According to the police, around 6.30 pm they received a call reporting the theft. Senior officers said a police team arrived at the spot and registered a case of theft on the complaint of the victim, who was identified as Amit Kumar. He works in the camp office as a special assistant.
Deputy commissioner of police (north) Nupur Prasad said, “We are checking CCTV footages from the vicinity to trace the accused. A case has been registered under IPC section 379,” the DCP said. An official from CM’s office said there have been repeated incidents of thefts near the CM’s house and it was a serious concern to the security around the office. “On February 1, someone broke the glass of a party worker’s car and fled with valuables, including cash and some documents. The second incident took place on Sunday. Police have not been able to trace the accused in any of these cases,” the official said.